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Parents and the community are a vital part to making schools safe. There are many things you can do. Below, you will find educational handouts and some great ideas on how to GET INVOLVED in creating a safer school and caring for your student. There is also a Treatment Resource Packet which includes hotline numbers and informative websites on topics such as anger management, suicide prevention, child abuse/neglect, emotional illness and substance abuse.
School Safety and Security is more important today than it has ever been. WSA has teamed up with schools across our nation in helping to establish a violence-free education-ZONE. In the page below, valuable information on topics such as anger management, suicide prevention, emotional illness, child abuse/neglect and substance abuse are identified. Professional resources and their hotline numbers are provided. Proactive School Safety Services are also included such as Wellness Classes, Our Generation Posters, TAKE THE PLEDGE contracts and School Violence Prevention Training. Whether you are a School Administrator, teacher, parent, student or community member, we have you covered with insightful ideas on how to keep your elementary, middle and high schools free of violence.
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What better way to focus on school safety than to have a School Safety Club! Schools offer a variety of different types of clubs for students. Whether you are in the National Honor Society, Adventure Education or Future Farmers of America club, you are focused and learning about specific topics. The School Safety Club can also offer this for its participants.
The School Safety Club would be like any other club but BETTER! It would have officers, regular meetings and a mission.
The mission would be to improve the overall safety and security of students and educational staff within the school environment.
The School Violence Prevention Handbook breaks down vital subject matter into easy digestible pieces for every student to understand. Following each chapter is a worksheet titled, “Let’s think about it,” which allows the student to look into their own personal life and school experiences and identify solutions to everyday problems instead of using violence. Students will be able to identify different types of school violence and learn why it is necessary to report problems early on instead of waiting or ignoring the issue. The signs and symptoms of suicide and bullying are discussed and the link between them is revealed. Although it is not required, all students will be given the opportunity to sign a pledge, agreeing to stand-up and unite with others against school violence. Students will be able to take a deeper look at themselves with a self-reflection inventory. They will answer yes/no questions in key areas to identify specific issues they may need to seek support with in the future. And finally, the handbook will address environmental safety focusing on the role of School Resource Officers, classroom safety procedures, and parent involvement in school safety. A Pre and Post test is provided within the handbook to assess student’s progress with the material.
Download a SVP Handbook